UNC got a commitment from James McAdoo, who visited UNC over the weekend. Though their roster now is short of mid-range players, wings if you will, with only 6-5 Marcus Ginyard, 6-6 Will Graves, 6-4 sophomore Justin Watts and 6-4 freshman Leslie McDonald, and of those two only Ginyard and McDonald figure to be critical - over the next two years they're bringing in 6-6 Reggie Bullock, McAdoo, who is 6-8, and P.J. Hairston, who is 6-5. Counting McDonald, that's four guys to compete for minutes at the hinge of the offense, and having four guys there might make it a tougher sell for Harrison Barnes, who is considering UNC and Duke among his other choices.
Incidentally, among the guys in town for UNC's big weekend was Matt Doherty, who showed up for Dean Smith's annual get-together with members of his coaching family. Doherty apparently couldn't stay for the alumni game, or perhaps didn't want to face a potentially unpleasant reception from fans as well as possibly from some of his former players.